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The One Who Will Save Us All 

A newly determined Talbot takes Coulson to meet the enemy and attempts to avert Earth's destruction.


Cherie Gierhart


Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comics by) | 7 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clark Gregg ... Phil Coulson
Ming-Na Wen ... Melinda May
Chloe Bennet ... Daisy 'Skye' Johnson
Iain De Caestecker ... Leo Fitz
Elizabeth Henstridge ... Jemma Simmons
Henry Simmons ... Alphonso 'Mack' Mackenzie
Natalia Cordova-Buckley ... Elena 'Yo-Yo' Rodriguez
Adrian Pasdar ... Glenn Talbot
Jeff Ward ... Deke Shaw
Catherine Dent ... General Hale
Peter Mensah ... Qovas
Briana Venskus ... Agent Piper
Maximilian Osinski ... Agent Davis
Craig Parker ... Taryan
Gabriel Hogan ... Crixon


A newly determined Talbot takes Coulson to meet the enemy and attempts to avert Earth's destruction.

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Release Date:

4 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


During the Zephyr's launch, Mack and May mention MECO and the Karman line. MECO stands for Main Engine Cut-Off, when a ship has inertia enough to take it out of Earth's gravity. The Karman line is the accepted altitude at which Earth's atmosphere meets outer space. See more »


Qajax: The Odium gives the power of the gods to those in final battle.
Alphonso 'Mack' Mackenzie: First of all, there's only one God.
Qajax: It is glory through the spilling of blood, the taste of your enemy's pain!
[Starts convulsing in rage, then falls dead, black goo spilling from his mouth]
Alphonso 'Mack' Mackenzie: ...And God definitely doesn't want you drinking that garbage.
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References Avengers: Infinity War (2018) See more »

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Finally giving up
14 May 2018 | by jsauriSee all my reviews

I've been struggling to keep watching this show. The character development, plotting, writing, all seem to have been on the decline for a few seasons. The amount of self referential jokes they constantly use, makes it seem like the show doesn't even take itself seriously anymore. (See: lampshading)

Additionally, I cannot really tell whether the more frequent political references are ironic or sincere. But either way, they are unwelcome. Whether it's Mack interrupting someone to make it clean, "First of all, there's only one god," or General Talbot complaining that the Confederacy is like a bunch of democrats, I'm just tired of it. Maybe if the show had some actual insight into politics, it might be interesting. But instead, they are just trolling the audience in an effort to fill airtime, since they don't actually have anything to say.

Half way through, I shut off the episode and canceled my season pass, and have never felt better about quitting a show.

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